Georgia Hall What's In The Bag?

We take a look inside the bag of 2018 Women's British Open champion Georgia Hall.

Georgia Hall What's In The Bag?
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Georgia Hall What's In The Bag?

Georgia Hall is a Major winner as she shot four rounds in the 60's to win the 2018 Women's British Open in imperious fashion. Hosted at Royal Lytham & St Annes, Hall shot 67 on the final day and did not make a bogey until the 18th hole when her victory was all but assured. In terms of other career achievements she also won a 2020 Rose Ladies Series event held at Bearwood Lakes, won on the LPGA Tour in the United States for the first time in 2020, and is a ferocious competitor in the Solheim Cup as well. Below we have taken a look at the clubs she puts into play as a professional.

Georgia Hall WITB: Full Specs

Driver: Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond, 9 degrees with a Fujikura Speeder Evolution shaft

Three-wood: Callaway Paradym, 15 degrees with a Fujikura Speeder Evolution shaft

*Hybrid: Callaway Mavrik, 19 degrees

Irons: Callaway Apex (4), Callaway Apex Pro (5-PW) all with Nippon NS Pro 950 shafts

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM9 (50, 54 and 58 degrees) with Nippon NS Pro 950 shafts

Putter: Bettinardi Studio Stock 28

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x


Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond

Georgia Hall driver

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Hall was playing a full bag of Callaway clubs but this is no longer the case as she uses a couple of other brands in Titleist and Bettinardi. That being said she does use a Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond driver with we believe around nine degrees of loft.

It has a 14g back weight which can be positioned in the front for even lower spin and maximum workability. What's more, it has a 450cc clubhead and, although it is the more compact version, which won't be to everyone's tastes, it still has those traditional looks that we've gotten to know and love from the brand.


Callaway Paradym

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She then uses a Callaway Paradym fairway wood with 15 degrees of loft and occasionally carries a Callaway Mavrik hybrid too with 19 degrees. But we are still to confirm this section of the bag because she does also put another fairway wood in the bag or sometimes a utility iron so the bag changes and evolves constantly. This is something we see out on Tour a lot because of changing conditions and different courses.


Callaway Apex, Callaway Apex Pro

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Moving into the irons she uses a Callaway Apex four-iron before transitioning down into a set of Callaway Apex Pro's which go from five-iron down to pitching wedge. She actually uses the older versions of these irons and doesn't look to want to change at all right now.


Titleist Vokey SM9

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Hall then carries three wedges at the moment. She had been using the Callaway Jaws MD5's but these have been replaced with Titleist Vokey SM9's right now. The three loft options she goes for are 50, 54 and 58 degrees. 

The SM9 is a case of evolution rather than revolution from the SM8 but Titleist says it has developed the groundbreaking Progressive Centre of Gravity (CG) design to improve distance and trajectory control. In testing, we found it very easy to square-up on full shots and deliver excellent consistency of spin and flight from closer to the green.


Bettinardi Studio Stock 28

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Her final club in the bag was an Odyssey White Hot RX Rossie putter but she now opts for a Bettinardi model. She currently uses a Studio Stock 28 model and this has been in the bag since she signed with Bettinardi at the start of 2023.

“I’m super excited to partner with Bettinardi Golf to be my putter of choice,” she said at the time. “After testing out a few putters, the superior craftsmanship and feel of Bettinardi was a game changer, and I knew they were the brand to align with on all my putting needs.”


Titleist Pro V1x

Titleist Pro V1x 2023 golf ball review

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Finally we believe she also uses a Titleist Pro V1x ball. It is one of the best premium golf balls, aimed at those looking for higher flights and more spin. Compared to the standard Pro V1, it offers a firmer feel, with its main upgrade being the new core Titleist have inserted to the ball which the brand says works to reduce long-game spin and deliver greater speeds. During testing, we enjoyed the level of control on offer here, which came in particularly handy when hitting into the greens.

Sam Tremlett
Senior Staff Writer

A golfer for most of his life, Sam is a Senior Staff Writer for Golf Monthly. 

Working with golf gear and equipment over the last six years, Sam has quickly built outstanding knowledge and expertise on golf products ranging from drivers, to balls, to shoes. 

He combines this knowledge with a passion for helping golfers get the best gear for them, and as such Sam manages a team of writers that look to deliver the most accurate and informative reviews and buying advice. This is so the reader can find exactly what they are looking for.

Sam now spends most of his time testing and looking after golf gear content for the website, whilst he is also responsible for all content related to golf apparel. 

He also oversees all Tour player content as well so if you need to know what clubs Tiger or Rory has in play, Sam is the person to ask. 

Unfortunately, Sam is not a member of any club at the moment but regularly gets out on the golf course to keep up the facade of having a handicap of five. 

Sam's What's In The Bag: 

Driver: Titleist TS3 (9 degrees) 

Fairway Wood: Callaway Paradym (15 degrees), Nike Covert Tour 2.0 (19 degrees) 

Irons (4-PW): Titleist AP2 

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7 54˚, 58˚ 

Putter: Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 

Ball: Srixon Z-Star Diamond

Shoes: G/FORE Gallivanter/Nike Air Zoom Infinity NEXT%/Cuater The Ringer/adidas Tour 360 22